CodeSkulptor

I have developed CodeSkulptor and CodeSkulptor3, browser-based Python environments for devloping interactive applications. We are using these environments in our Coursera courses and at Rice.

We are happy to see CodeSkulptor used for educational purposes. Currently, these tools are used in high schools and colleges throughout the world. Feel free to drop my a line if you are using CodeSkulptor and find it valuable!

Open Source

Skulpt

I am a member of the Skulpt project and have made significant contributions to the project. Skulpt is the underlying Python interpreter for CodeSkulptor and CodeSkulptor3.

FreeBSD

The connection-level parallelism strategies described in our research paper “An Evaluation of Network Stack Parallelization Strategies in Modern Operating Systems“ were adapted and implemented within FreeBSD 9.0.

Linux

The code that we proposed to fix a scheduler bug in our research paper “Scheduling I/O in Virtual Machine Monitors” was adapted and implemented within Linux 2.6.39.

Contact

  • rixner@rice.edu
  • 1 713 348 6353
  • Duncan Hall 3032
    Department of Computer Science
    Rice University
    Houston, TX 77005
  • Thursday 4:00PM to 5:00PM
    Otherwise email to book an appointment